Along with "Tears of Darkness,"a nuanced yet straight forward look at great American heroes. Not to be missed.
Cannot be as eloquent as the first reviewer,but agree with the conclusion. One of the best ever.
Captured from the first chapter. Great baseball insights. I do not gamble but the complexity of the analysis had many applications.
I have never played a video game and am over 60. I really wanted to like this,but could not get past two hours. I have never been less engaged by a book. Must be me.
A bland repetitive look at what would seem to be an interesting story. Could not finish.
Worse than terrible. The first book I have erased from my library. By the way, I love baseball.
Mr. DeMille wrote one third of a book and rambled to an extremely boring conclusion.
I have delighted in the previous works of this author but.... this book is a snooze. I literally forwarded through half the book or more and missed nothing. Much of the book is a rehash of the narrative of The Gold Coast[a book I thought I loved until I heard it retold]. Having listened to all of Demille's previous books, I was stunned at how bad this was.
I rely on the point of view of others,but in this case, I am in the minority. I found the first half of the book at least interesting,the rest incomprehensible.
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